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著者：Masanori Monde, J. A. Hammad, Hirofumi Arima, Yuhichi Mitsutake題名：Application of Inverse Solution in Two-Dimensional Inverse Heat Conduction Problem Using Laplace Transformation発表情報：Heat Transfer - Asian Research 巻: 32 号: 7 ページ: 602-617キーワード：inverse solution,two-dimensional heat conduction,cylindrical coordinates, quench,impinging jet,Laplace transformation概要：抄録：An inverse solution has been explicitly derived for two-dimensional heat conduction in cylindrical coordinates using the Laplace transformation. The applicability of the inverse solution is checked using the numerical temperatures with a normal random error calculated from the corresponding direct solution. For a gradual temperature change in a solid, the surface heat flux and temperature can be satisfactorily predicted, while for a rapid change in the temperature this method needs the help of a time partition method, in which the entire measurement time is split into several partitions. The solution with the time partitions is found to make an improvement in the prediction of the surface heat flux and temperature. It is found that the solution can be applied to experimental data, leading to good prediction.### 英語フィールド

Author：Masanori Monde, J. A. Hammad, Hirofumi Arima, Yuhichi MitsutakeTitle：Application of Inverse Solution in Two-Dimensional Inverse Heat Conduction Problem Using Laplace TransformationAnnouncement information:Heat Transfer - Asian Research Vol: 32 Issue: 7 Page: 602-617Keyword：inverse solution,two-dimensional heat conduction,cylindrical coordinates, quench,impinging jet,Laplace transformationAn abstract：An inverse solution has been explicitly derived for two-dimensional heat conduction in cylindrical coordinates using the Laplace transformation. The applicability of the inverse solution is checked using the numerical temperatures with a normal random error calculated from the corresponding direct solution. For a gradual temperature change in a solid, the surface heat flux and temperature can be satisfactorily predicted, while for a rapid change in the temperature this method needs the help of a time partition method, in which the entire measurement time is split into several partitions. The solution with the time partitions is found to make an improvement in the prediction of the surface heat flux and temperature. It is found that the solution can be applied to experimental data, leading to good prediction.